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"Angel in the Dark": Azrael tracks down a serial killer, while at the same time struggling with personal issues and what it means to be the "good guy." Meanwhile, a series of scenes from six months into the future show Michael Lane's mac


Quote1 See heaven! Feel hell! And know that you're forever lost between the two! Quote2
-- Azrael



Appearing in "Angel in the Dark"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

Villains:

  • Blackgaters
  • Salt in the Wounds Killer (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Douglas Calnahan (Mentioned only)
  • Elizabeth Nichols (nun)
  • Jean-Paul Valley (In a photograph only)
  • Jimmy (Flashback only)
  • Marion Lane (In a photograph only)
  • M.J. Lane (In a photograph only)
  • Tamara Lane (In a photograph only)
  • Walter Jankowski (Flashback only)
  • William Tucker (Mentioned only)

Locations:

Items:

Vehicles:




Synopsis for "Angel in the Dark"

Azrael tracks down a serial killer, while at the same time struggling with personal issues and what it means to be the "good guy." Meanwhile, a series of scenes from six months into the future show Michael Lane's macabre but strange fate.



Notes

  • This book was first published on October 21, 2009.
  • This issue is reprinted in the Azrael: Angel in the Dark collected edition.
  • Michael Lane is seen crucifying himself in flash-forward at the end of this issue. These events are not covered by current writer Fabian Nicieza but will later be explored in David Hine's Three Mysteries storyline.[1]

Trivia

  • Bullock mentions a previous Azrael killing an undercover cop. This is a reference to Death's Dark Knight.[2] Jenny Lane also talks about her affair with Michael and one of her children believing they saw him in a Batsuit, both of which are references to the same storyline.[3]



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